The State of the Rockies Project enhances understanding of and action to address socio-environmental challenges in the Rocky Mountain West through collaborative student-faculty research, education, and stakeholder engagement.
Facilitate faculty-student collaborative research on critical socio-environmental issues in the Rocky Mountain West.
Disseminate research through academic publications and presentations.
Share research and Conservation in the West poll findings with community stakeholders and political leaders.
Increase campus-wide understanding of the socio-environmental challenges facing the Rocky Mountain Region and what is being done to address these challenges.
The State of the Rockies Project is in its fifteenth year, and seeks to increase public understanding of vital issues affecting the Rocky Mountain West. All State of the Rockies events are free and open to the public, who are encouraged to join the ongoing discussion of the issues that affect our beautiful yet fragile region.